English National Opera's The Mask of Orpheus London Coliseum tickets on sale now!
Orpheus has returned to London's West End for the first time since premiering at the West End's London Coliseum 30 years ago to tell the iconic myth that’ll leave you desperate for tickets. The Mask of Orpheus is a masterpiece opera and has come to London this autumn for a strictly limited run. Be sure to beat the opera ticket booking frenzy to avoid missing out!
About The Mask of Orpheus opera
Having premiered back in 1986 at the English National Opera, Harrison Birtwistle’s The Mask of Orpheus received overwhelming critical acclaim, and now it returns for the first time since then to once again tell the Orpheus myth in which the opera represents just part one of four. The opera follows a non-linear narrative, as the leading characters appear in three distinct guises.
ENO Artistic Consultant Daniel Kramer will be collaborating with conductor and ENO Music Director Martyn Brabbins, following their joint works on War Requiem and recently Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel. Brabbins rises to the massive orchestral forces that The Mask of Orpheus has been scored for, which builds into a three-dimensional picture. The score takes us from inconsolable grief to acceptance and transformation.
The cast and creatives of The Mask Orpheus
The cast includes many regular ENO artists, recognised for their expertise in contemporary music: Peter Hoare (Goro in Madama Butterfly), Daniel Norman (Monostatos in The Magic Flute), James Cleverton (The Photographer in Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel) and Robert Hayward (Commissioner of Police in Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel).
Costume designs come from acclaimed designer Daniel Lismore whilst set designs come from Lizzie Clachan, whose previous works include her acclaimed designs for the National Theatre, notably for Treasure Island. The creative team is completed with lighting and video design from Olivier Award-winning lighting designer Peter Mumford.
Harrison Birtwistle’s iconic opera is set to make its grand return to the London Coliseum from 18 October for a limited run and with the collaborations of ENO’s finest, you’ll want to secure your tickets for The Mask of Orpheus whilst you can!
Affordable London opera tickets for The Mask of Orpheus at the Coliseum in London available now!
Don't forget to check out the full programme for the new 2019/2020 English National Opera season here.